Cahaba friends – please plan to attend this final public meeting in the Freshwater Land Trust’s planning process and give them your ideas and support for making it a priority to help protect Cahaba River lands and collaborate for more trails, boat launches, and other public access! Join them on Monday, October 19 at [...]
Join us for our April meeting and potluck on Tuesday, April 21 at 6:30pm, in the Public Works Building at 320 Fountain Circle S.W. Huntsville, AL 35801.
On Tuesday April 21 FRCA’s guest speaker will be Adam Snyder, former Executive Director of the Alabama Rivers Alliance, and now the Executive Director of Alabama’s only environmental lobbying [...]
FRCA is co-sponsoring, with UA Huntsville’s political science department, a forum on Politics and the Environment on Wednesday, August 27th. Adam Snyder of Conservation Alabama, Roger Reid (the producer of Discovering Alabama), and other speakers will be the panel. Members of the community are invited to participate. The forum will be at 6 p.m. at [...]
Want to learn more about freshwater ecoregions? The World Wildlife Fund and the Nature Conservancy have just launched a great new site called Freshwater Ecoregions of the World that will allow you to learn all about freshwater resources:
Freshwater species and habitats are, on average around the world, more imperiled than their terrestrial counterparts. Yet, large-scale [...]
Are you interested in doing your part to protect the environment? Well, Alabama now has a new resource to help us create a smaller footprint: The Green Resource Center for Alabama.
FRCA is pleased to announce that Brantley Fry and Mark Rubino of the Green Resource Center will be the guest speakers at our next general [...]